Evangelicals are gearing up to be makers of peace. Are they ready for the serious responsibilities that entails?
The U.S. and Mexican governments have tried to battle drug violence with more violence. It hasn't worked. Gandhian groups in Mexico offer another way.
Many young adults are leaving the church these days. Two 20-somethings reflect on what keeps them in the pews.
Death threats haven't stopped Rev. James Byensi, a Congolese pastor, from seeking peace in his homeland.
Feb. 14 "One Billion Rising" events aim to end violence against women.
Nonviolent Peaceforce and other civilian groups are playing a key role in monitoring the new peace accord in the Philippines.
The stories we tell today are simply the next chapter in an overarching narrative of hope, justice, and pluralism.
Wherever I go in the world, I want to be quick to listen to differing perspectives and slow to pick sides.
For Life of Pi screenwriter David Magee, stories help light the way through chaos and despair.
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The "hope and dreams" in Springsteen's song are those of the immigrant, the refugee, and the runaway slave.
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Wells Fargo has been particularly active in the private prison venture (“A Call to Conversion,” by Sheldon C. Good, December 2012).
Deep with one savior’s death, how many more?In observance of which, the Dresden burghersas usual held Shrove Tuesday circusesaround Our Lady’s Church, the Frauenkirche,eating pancakes before their fast for Easter.
Referencing a full book in a short article (“Mission: Transformed,” by Michelle García, September-October 2012) can sound stereotypical.
Take heart! A new generation of evangelicals for peace is on the rise.
Moriel Rothman speaks candidly about his decision to not serve in the Israel Defense Forces.